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    By illustrator Christopher Stoll(deviantart). Christopher's series PokéNatomy reveals not only the stuff that lies beneath the skin of each Pokémon species but also includes information on their diets, mating habits, social structure and more.
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    Want to build a real world version of the AT-AT from the Star Wars saga in your backyard? Here is an approximation of how much building one would cost you!
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    NASA’s Juno spacecraft flew closer to the giant planet than any spacecraft ever, revealing stunning images and gathering detailed information about the planet for NASA scientists.
    The record-breaking mission was launched five years ago, and the spacecraft has travelled 1.8 billion miles to reach Jupiter’s orbit.
    NASA's Juno mission successfully executed its first of 36 orbital flybys of Jupiter today. The time of closest approach with the gas-giant world was 6:44 a.m. PDT (9:44 a.m. EDT, 13:44 UTC) when Juno passed about 2,600 miles (4,200 kilometers) above Jupiter's swirling clouds. At the time, Juno was traveling at 130,000 mph (208,000 kilometers per hour) with respect to the planet. This flyby was the closest Juno will get to Jupiter during its prime mission.
    "Early post-flyby telemetry indicates that everything worked as planned and Juno is firing on all cylinders," said Rick Nybakken, Juno project manager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
    There are 35 more close flybys of Jupiter planned during Juno's mission (scheduled to end in February 2018). The August 27 flyby was the first time Juno had its entire suite of science instruments activated and looking at the giant planet as the spacecraft zoomed past.

    The Juno spacecraft launched on Aug. 5, 2011, from Cape Canaveral, Florida, and arrived at Jupiter on July 4, 2016. [ NASA ]
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    The Sault’s Plumber in Sault ste. Marie, Ontario Canada wanted to advertise his relatively new business. A clever designer created a decal showing what Huckson’s business was really all about.
    "Everyone loves it. Driving around from job to job today, people are giving me a thumbs up, I wanted something that people would remember. …As soon as they looked at my truck, I wanted it to stick in their mind. "
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    This is a picture of an hourglass using grains of sand to depict the current number of humans alive today, and the total number of humans that have ever existed on earth.
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    A map by MetricMaps shows that the populations of eight different US states (North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, West Virginia, Alaska, New Mexico, and Vermont) could fit into five boroughs of New York City to match the city’s population of 8.5 million people.
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    These are a couple shots and a video of Da Vinci, he has a white marking on his side that looks like another galloping horse. He was born at the start of May at Fyling Hall riding school at Robin Hood's Bay, North Yorkshire.
    Wendy Bulmer, who runs the riding school, said: 'I bought his mother at a sale and didn't know she was in foal [pregnant] so that was a bit of a surprise.
    He's even got a little white heart shape on his bottom as well.'
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    Polish artist Pawel Kuczynski has created Control, a satirical illustration of Pikachu saddled up and riding on a human who is walking around, playing Pokémon GO.
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    Less Popular Pokemon by Gemma Correll.
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    Comic artist JHALL from Dorkly created a comic that takes a look at a possible outcome of the mindblowingly huge popularity of the game.
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    This series of anatomy art comes from NYCHOS and he disturbingly dissects some of our favorite geek culture characters like Spider-Man, Darth Vader, Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, Yoda, Mario, Batman, and more.
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    This is a photo taken by naturalist Bryan Snyder while hiking in Santa Ynez, California. It captures what appears to be a California kingsnake eating a southern alligator lizard, who's biting the snake in a last-ditch effort not to die.
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    Redditor movielover278 made size comparison between the Star Wars Super Star Destroyer and Manhattan (OC)
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    Daenerys Targaryen, the Mother of Dragons from Game of Thrones, tries to order at a Starbucks.
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    Ayako Kurokawa is a pastry chef and sculptor in New York City. She created a wonderful Cactus Macaron.
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    A handy flow chart that helps you figure out the age of an undated world map, by xkcd. Big pic.
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    Estately crunched the data and came up with what questions states disproportionately ask in Google searches.
    "Using Google Autocomplete we compiled hundreds of the most common questions Americans type into the Google search bar. We ran those searches through Google Trends to determine which state queried each of these selected searches the most over the past 12 years. To be clear, the list below does not represent what each state Googles the most, it simply shows the searches each state Googles more frequently than the other 49 states and the District of Columbia.;
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    message in a bottle by xkcd
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    College Humor has put together this handy flowchart to assist in determining which pet is best suited for you.
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    As the infographic below shows, the answer is quite a lot. A lot of factors are at play when tallying his expenses, such as the aforementioned cost of the experiment that created him, his salary and his weaponry. [ twizzle ]
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    How Much Would Darth Vader's Suit Cost, not only is it a spacesuit, but it’s a spacesuit with a life support system fitted into it. It’s equipped with prosthetic limbs (ones that require servicing), augmented reality, a breathing mechanism, and all sorts of other gadgetry that comes out to some $18.3 million in today’s money. [ Image: Shadestation ]
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